ABOUT US
Who We Are
Mission, Vision, Values
Issues We Face
CEO AND FOUNDER
LAUNCH POINT TEAM
AWARDS RECOGNITION
ROI for Contributors
What We Do
2013-2014 Goals
Our Partners

AWARDS AND RECOGNITION

The Launch Point Team is a team of dynamic executives and managers of proven successful businesses and community organizations.

The Launch Point Team was recognized by President Obama’s White House Champions for Change Initiative.

The Launch Point Team has been awarded over 3.5 million in funding for transforming lives in underserved communities.

Return on Investment for Donors and Contributors

Donors and sponsors can be confident knowing their contributions are assured to provide direct results to inliiduals and communities with substantial returns on contributions.

The Launch Point Team is an award-winning recipient of the Texas Workforce Commission Self-Sufficiency Fund Grant for (4) years. As community leaders, we challenge all participants and neighborhoods to accept and demonstrate self-determination and self-reliance by engaging in LPCDC Schools of Workforce Development for economically disadvantaged families. As a result of this partnership with the state, the Launch Point Team placed over 300 heads of households in regular full-time jobs enabling the families to get off TANF and welfare. The Launch Point team infused over $3.5M into the local economy over a period of 4 years by placing low-income families into jobs with an increase of an average $10,000 in family income through job training and development. Some of the projects managed included:

Awarded $566,707 Self Sufficiency Fund (SSF) grant from the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) One hundred (138) TANF/Food Stamps recipients, with dependent children, with training in the Successful Beginnings/Customer Service, Certified Nurse Aide Training and Computer Training.

Awarded $271,094 Self Sufficiency Fund (SSF) grant from the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) One hundred (100) TANF/Food Stamps recipients, with dependent children, with training in the Successful Beginnings/Customer Service, Certified Nurse Aide Training and Computer Training.

Awarded $199,814 Self Sufficiency Fund (SSF) grant from the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) Sixty-six (66) students TANF/Food Stamps recipients, with dependent children, with training in the Successful Beginnings, Customer Service, and Computer Training Programs.

Awarded $44,000 from the Texas Workforce Commission for Employment Mentoring Program.

Partnered with Clinton Park Elementary School in providing services to youth, in a Mayor’s After-School Achievement Program (ASAP).

Received a grant from the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department to assist in building the organization’s service capacity, enabling the Center to provide additional evening and weekend activities for all persons in our community.